08 septembre 2013

New ranking of universities that produce global CEOs

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy David Jobbins. A new global league table from the UK’s Times Higher Education – ranking universities by the number of their graduates who are chief executive officers of the world’s largest companies – was published last week. One in 20 CEOs of Fortune Global 500 companies has at least one degree from Harvard, according to the THE’s Alma Mater Index: Global Executives 2013. Second place is taken by the University of Tokyo, with 3% of alumni in the list.
The highest-placed UK institution is the University of Oxford at number 21, while the US dominates the top 10 with four institutions: Harvard first, Stanford third, the University of Pennsylvania seventh and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology eighth.
France is represented by three institutions – École Polytechnique in fourth place, HEC Paris in fifth and École Nationale d’Administration in sixth. More...
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